Brig. Gen. Kenneth E. Fields,87, whose military career...

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July 11, 1996

Brig. Gen. Kenneth E. Fields,87, whose military career took him from the pinnacle of his class at West Point to the battle for the bridge at Remagen, Germany, and on to the Manhattan Project and then to civilian eminence at the Atomic Energy Commission, died July 1 at a nursing home in Stamford, Conn.

After he left government service in 1958, he became executive vice president of the International Standard Electric Corp., a subsidiary of International Telephone and Telegraph, and the president of another of its subsidiaries, ITT Europe.

From 1961 to 1963, he was executive vice president of the Bulova Watch Co., responsible for industrial and defense businesses.

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